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Vechain Products on AmazonWebServices
VeChain is the world's leading blockchain platform offering Blockchain-as-Service to enterprise for products and information By leveraging on blockchain technology, VeChain strives to build a trust-free and distributed business ecosystem, which is self-circulating and scalable. Through effective collaborations, enterprises can enjoy the benefits of transparency and value flows at high-speed rates VeChain has evolved with multiple technical iterations and has amassed significant industrial expoerience in rolling out real-world applications since 2015. Starting in June 2015, VeChain aims to connect blockchain technology to the real world by providing a comprehensive governance structure, a robust economic model, and IOT...

AWS New Service... 1TB = 1$ Ouch!
S3 Glacier Deep Archive is a new Amazon S3 storage class that provides secure, durable object storage for long-term data retention and digital preservation. S3 Glacier Deep Archive offers the lowest price of storage in AWS, and reliably stores any amount of data. It is the ideal storage class for customers who need to make archival, durable copies of data that rarely, if ever, need to be accessed. With S3 Glacier Deep Archive, customers can eliminate the need for on-premises tape libraries, and no longer have to manage hardware refreshes and re-write data to new tapes as technologies evolve. All data stored in S3 Glacier Deep Archive can be retrieved within 12 hours. S3 Glacier Deep Archive joins Amazon S3's portfolio of storage classes, and complements Amazon S3 Glacier, which is ideal for more active archives where some of the data may need to be retrieved in minutes.

Building with Kaleido Marketplace on AWS eliminates up to 80% of the custom code needed to build a given blockchain solution.
By Lana Kalashnyk, Partner Solutions Architect at AWS By Peter Broadhurst, Head of Engineering at Kaleido Enterprise customers increasingly look to blockchain as a way to improve transparency, reduce cost and time of transactions, reduce fraud, and eliminate inefficient centralized middle-ware processes. As opposed to public blockchains, their enterprise cousins have to tackle an additional set of requirements, such as privacy and security of customer data, consortia governance, shared IT, and integration with existing internal systems and cloud estate. For example, back-office processes need to be interwoven, identity registries need proper management, sensitive key materials need to be securely encrypted, existing applications and trusted oracles need to communicate with the chain, and on and on and on. Now extend this with the need for ancillary features like identity masking and off-chain shared file systems, and you begin to see that a legitimate production solution is far broader than blockchain itself.

Amazon + Blockchain
Formula One Group is moving most of its infrastructure from on-premises data centers to AWS and standardizing on AWS machine-learning services'including Amazon SageMaker. Using historical race data collected from cars over the past 65 years, Formula 1 data scientists are training deep-learning models that make race predictions and help teams optimize mid-race decisions. The models can predict when teams should pit their cars, determine the best timing for changing tires, and evaluate how drivers are performing. Formula 1 then uses AWS data streaming, analytics, and media services to deliver insights about driver decisions and car performance to its more than 500 million fans.


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